Keep Leaf Insulated Lunch Bag - Robot
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Keep Leaf Insulated Lunch Bag - Robot


Made from organic cotton canvas with a water resistant polyester liner, this insulated lunch bag is perfect for storing lunch and snacks!



Made from organic cotton canvas with a water resistant polyester lining, this insulated lunch bag is perfect for storing lunch and snacks!

The durable and lightweight design is easy to spot clean and is machine washable! The Velcro closure is easy and secure ideal for both adults and children, keeping your lunch fresh and safe all day! It also comes with a handy inner ID card holder!

This is made of cotton and polyester (I don't think 100% cotton ones exist) so please make sure if you ever wash to put in a Guppyfriend wash bag to catch any microfibers!


As I can't find any alternatives that is cotton I decided to stock this hat as I know it's made by a great company, who deliver to me plastic free which I then send to you plastic free. This way it's saving an alternative being bought elsewhere which would be the same material but potentially come in a plastic bag with a plastic tag.


  • Easy and secure Velcro closure
  • Inner ID card holder
  • Water-proof liner and handle strap
  • Lead Phthalate and BPA free.
  • Easy care: spot clean and machine washable. Hang to dry.

      25 x 15 x 13 cm

          Why I Love This

          I only stock brands that I use myself so you know when you order from Plastic Freedom, you already have that trust that it's been tried and tested!

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          About Keep Leaf

          "The founder of Keep Leaf, Jaswinder Salh, developed a love for design at a young age. This was nurtured through numerous trips to India where Salh was inspired by the textiles and colours that surrounded her.

          Following a degree in Fashion Design, which she completed in Toronto, Salh took her skills abroad, to New York and London. There she held various senior level positions with international companies such as Calvin Klein, Niki Taylor Inc., and American Eagle. Settling for a period in London, England, Salh continued her career path as a Trend and Design Director, gaining invaluable experience in the UK and European fashion markets.

          After the birth of her first child, Salh decided to follow a different path: to fulfill a longtime dream of starting her own business. With a growing concern for our environment and a commitment to social responsibility the new mother promptly began developing products that facilitate the now imperative, environmentally and socially conscious lifestyle."

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